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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Originally posted by Spynx:

Stripped a headlight motor last night. Darn it. I guess little car is going to be winking for a little while >.<



Yours is an '86, if I recall correctly (only because of the 4-speed, haha)? At any rate, I've got a set of functional early ('84-'86) motors I'm dying to get rid of. Yours for the cost of shipping if you're interested. It's cheaper than rebuilding ($35 apiece from Rodney), anyway.

EDIT: Page 72 pwnage. Win.

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Well, I did something that I havent done in 5 years... A FIERO PROJECT..!!! It started yesterday morning around 10am., my wife said the normal thing... "I am going to Walmart, wanna go..??" I NEVER go because..., I just dont...lol BUT, was she suprised when I said... "Sure, I would love to go..." I met her back at the garden center 30 minutes later with a huge bag... fiberglass cloth, body filler, etc... So, she said Is that for me..?? I said no, its for the Fiero.. THAT pissed her off Anyways, I got my hood vent cut, and will finish up the next few days...

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Fix your cold start injector????


Nope, but Fel-pro put the wrong water pump gasket in the box and it was too late last night to get one... so that sucked. Frazee Auto Body is wondering why they haven't heard from you about paint...
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Over the past three days I spent 21 hours washing, claying, removing swirls, polishing, sealing, claying windows (again). Soon, going to apply a coat of wax on top of the sealant and apply Stoner's Invisible Glass to the windows.

Now, instead of seeing swirls in the paint, all you see are the 3,000 scratches in the paint May 22nd though, I have a guy going to look at my car and see about having it repainted.
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still working on my motor week after week it takes time but its lookin good

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added a MR2 scoop to the passenger side....and discovered that the previous owner made some questionable custom coil overs...least he used Eibach springs

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/079710.html

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added a MR2 scoop to the passenger side....and discovered that the previous owner made some questionable custom coil overs...least he used Eibach springs



any pics of this?
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I disassembled most of the front suspension and got it a fight with two bolts.
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Well, I did something that I havent done in 5 years... A FIERO PROJECT..!!! It started yesterday morning around 10am., my wife said the normal thing... "I am going to Walmart, wanna go..??" I NEVER go because..., I just dont...lol BUT, was she suprised when I said... "Sure, I would love to go..." I met her back at the garden center 30 minutes later with a huge bag... fiberglass cloth, body filler, etc... So, she said Is that for me..?? I said no, its for the Fiero.. THAT pissed her off Anyways, I got my hood vent cut, and will finish up the next few days...

Are you going to make a build thread?

BTW, I was able to install my new rear diffuser today.







It's still a little rough around the edges. But I'll get it smoothed out.
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still working on my motor week after week it takes time but its lookin good
http://images.fieroforum.com/2010/v6.jpg
http://images.fieroforum.com/2010/v5.jpg

Yeah, no kidding. That looks sweet!
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Some transmission work..



It is out.





Clutch fork bushings old..new fork will be put in with new bushings.


cradle out


suspension out.

The car gets new clutch, fly wheel, throw out bearing.
It is only money.
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I just did an all injector swap. went with Delphi Camaro/Firebird 17# for my 3.4L p/r. The ones I had in it were rebuilds from the Injectorwarehouse (still 17#) but the Delphis are brand new and I found them for 15 a piece. I also changed the spark plugs from crappy 2 prong Bosch to Champion 3018 single prong... I also had custom 1/2" aluminum spacers in between the the top and middle plenum for a better flow into the middle intake-- Took those out to see if there's a difference... Anyway

I thought my car s running good before..... WRONG

I think I had a faulty injector or something cause. It's like I added a turbo system to it. In the beginning the car idled great and didn't sound like it was miss firing... Stumped me though... Now it's WOW.

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It is only money.



time and money never really work together. but yes, it is only money. it grows on trees. just takes some time.

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replaced my busted IAC and took it for a spin!!

also noticed 2 spots of red stuff on the garage floor...great. a mystery leak
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I took the sawz~all to the GT clip...

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Drove it with rod knock. Still fun to drive, even with a bad motor.
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Man I wanna make some burnout marks!
Yesterday, I put the stock rims on that I had to pay $80 to ship from the PO (there was aftermarket rims on the car) only to find out that they are all pre88 or all rear wheels.
I think the tires may be dry rotted anyway, when i was setting the tire pressure, I over inflated and had to let some air out and some dust came out. Probably not good to drive on like that right?
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Man I wanna make some burnout marks!
Yesterday, I put the stock rims on that I had to pay $80 to ship from the PO (there was aftermarket rims on the car) only to find out that they are all pre88 or all rear wheels.
I think the tires may be dry rotted anyway, when i was setting the tire pressure, I over inflated and had to let some air out and some dust came out. Probably not good to drive on like that right?


I probably wouldn't drive on them if dust is actually coming out of the valve. It could have been just dust on the outside, or on whatever you used to open the valve. If the tires are dry rotted though, they will certainly show it on the outside.

And what do you mean about the wheels being pre-88 and both rears? Are you assuming this because they're not gold, and the mounted tires are the same size? Is it a GT (originally, not body swapped)? And the 86 GT I used to have had the 215 wide tires on both front and rear from the PO. I guess they just put the wider tires on all 4 at some point. The wheels are physically the same size anyway I think. 88 might be different, but I don't think so? And I think only the GTs had the gold colored mesh lattice wheels. The Formulas had black and the SEs had the normal grey, I believe.
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prepped calipers for new paint and decals, bought a set of Recaros that don't fit in the car.

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Got a ticket for not having a front license plate...


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did some more work on the recessed headlight build!!!!





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Originally posted by Blacktree:

Are you going to make a build thread?

BTW, I was able to install my new rear diffuser today.







It's still a little rough around the edges. But I'll get it smoothed out.


No, I cant post pics from my phone... I will get some posted somehow in a few months when the whole exterior is done. I am leaving the sidetrim on this one.. I LOVE your new diffuser and your decklid modification.. very slick

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did some more work on the recessed headlight build!!!!







Looks great! You should start a thread about this! More details please!

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http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum3/HTML/000100.html

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Looks great! You should start a thread about this! More details please!



thanks man!!! i'm waiting till i get closer to being finished then i will post a build thread on it but i want to make sure that it's gonna work out!!!! but here is the thread on my entire vehicle which will have pieces of everything i do....
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/080294.html
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Plugged a hole in my RR tire due to a 2" nail. Does that count?
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The wife's Formula got outfitted with Mr. Mike's seats and door panels.





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Gassed up the 87 and took it out for a look at me cruize.
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Today, I slapped a coat of primer on the new rear end, and rocked that beyotch down to the Central Florida Fiero Club meeting.





People seem to like it.

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Today, I slapped a coat of primer on the new rear end, and rocked that beyotch down to the Central Florida Fiero Club meeting.

Pictures removed for brevity...

People seem to like it.



That is, indeed, very sexy.
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Originally posted by pontiackid86:

Gassed up the 87 and took it out for a look at me cruize.


Everyday and it never gets old....
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My ignition finally went on my '85. Started it yesterday after work and the tumbler/ignition stuck. Something broke on the inside and I couldn't shut the car off when I got home. Pulled the fuel pump fuse to kill it, then unhooked the battery. Car is getting shoved out of the garage and I will be working on the '87 GT from here on out.

Starting a build thread soon.

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I picked up the left side strut cap. Currently, the chrome shop is running a bit behind and I don't expect the remaining parts finished until the end of the month. I rather have the work done correctly-- so I'll wait.












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Curly you going to pull all the bling out the engine bay when it gets painted or just cover it up ??
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Curly you going to pull all the bling out the engine bay when it gets painted or just cover it up ??


As a rule-- you remove everything, especially the chrome parts, and anything that can easily waltz out of the shop. That includes stereos, speakers, rims, shifter, and electronics.

It will look similar to this pic when it arrives for paint, hehe.

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As a rule-- you remove everything, especially the chrome parts, and anything that can easily waltz out of the shop. That includes stereos, speakers, rims, shifter, and electronics.

It will look similar to this pic when it arrives for paint, hehe.


If your getting #20 painted all i have to say it its about damn time. what color you going with?

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Originally posted by pontiackid86:


If your getting #20 painted all i have to say it its about damn time. what color you going with?


The burgundy peal paint job is on hold (again )--I spent my money on home furnishings.
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